Calcium binding proteins as molecular markers for cat geniculate neurons

@article{Demeulemeester1991CalciumBP,
  title={Calcium binding proteins as molecular markers for cat geniculate neurons},
  author={H. Demeulemeester and Lutgarde Arckens and Frans Vandesande and Guy A. Orban and Claus Wilhelm Heizmann and Roland Pochet},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1991},
  volume={83},
  pages={513-520}
}
Immunocytochemistry revealed that in the cat dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus (dLGN) almost all parvalbumin-positive cells are GABAergic and about 56% of the calbindin D-28K calbindin-immunoreactive neurons are also GABA-positive. On the other hand, in the same nucleus, almost all GABAergic neurons contain parvalbumin, and about 89% of the GABA-immunoreactive neurons contain calbindin. Double-labeling with calbindin and parvalbumin revealed that approximately 50% of the immunoreactive neurons… CONTINUE READING

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